Since 2014 CDB Baltsudoproekt (design affiliate of the Krylov State Research Centre)
has been engaged in the design of seagoing tugs of Project 23470 for the Russian
Navy. The notable design features of these vessels include fully electric propulsion
system, crane with roll damping, and helideck.
The tug is intended for towing
of vessels, floating facilities and structures in ice-covered and ice-free water;
assistance to vessels within port water area and mooring operations; escort operations
in sea; extinguishing of fires on floating and shore-based facilities, extinguishing
of fuel burning on water surface; refloating of ships and vessels.
tug Kapitan Nayden laid down in 2016 at the Yaroslavsky Shipbuilding Plant (yard
No.412), launched 28 November 2019.
At the beginning of June 2021, the towing
of the vessel to the Black Sea began for completion in Sevastopol. The vessel
arrived in Sevastopol on July 13, 2021, where it is being completed at the Persey
Shipyard. Commissioned on 31 August 2022.
Now in service.
| Displacement (tons):|
2 azipods, 2 bow thrusters, 3x2850 kW diesel-generators|